Divine Sound Background

Divine Sound Background

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Background of Divine Sound

The Divine Sound is a form of Vibration energy.  The long drawn out humming sound called the “Om” has parallels in other cultures as Amen, Amin and Hum.  In the stillness of meditation the Yogis claim that the body responds to the vibration. 

Dhyana Yoga postulates that the meditator hears an unstruck sound called the Anahat or the "Om" in deep meditation. The rishis of the yore were able to sense and distinguish fifty different variations in the "Om" which later on became the fifty alphabets of Sanskrit language.

The human systems have nadis and chakras.  Nadis are pathways of cosmic energy and chakras are centers which receive, send and regulate the cosmic energy in the body. The nadis and chakras are not visible to the human eye.

The alphabets of the Sanskrit language have their own vibrations and hence uniquely affect the body systems. Therefore the Nadis and major Chakras of the body are directly affected by the chanting or intoning of Sanskrit syllables and words.

Tones can have positive or negative impact on human health and emotions. When the positive impact is concentrated, it  enhances the inherent strengths of body, mind and emotions.

Ancient Indian Literature states that words, mantras, prayers and grammar were beneficiary results of studies on the effects of vibration of the Sanskrit alphabet on the human body and other living things, be it plant or animal. 

Dhyanyogi Omdasji, a renowned yogi and siddha has performed intense tapas for many decades and has done meditation on sound.  Having the siddhi of sound, the perfection of the vibration energy within him seems to connect to the meditating listeners. The basic principleof energy states that energy can neither be created nor destroyed but transferred from one form to another. The vibration energy of Dhyanyogi Omdasji singing the Divine Sounds seems to transfer from himself to the meditating listener through acoustic medium